Basic Christian Doctrine is an anonymous Doctrines book by a Calvinistic author. It has 50 topics/chapters, and does a good treatment on these topics even if it is a briefer treatment. Each chapter has 10 points with a paragraph or two of comments on each point. Lots of verses.
The Atonement of Christ and The Redemption Applied is a work on Christ’s atoning work on the cross. Views of His atonement for us are examined within the divine concepts.
In this 11 chapter work, Christ Our Penal Substitute, Dabney (Presbyterian) looks at the legal-judicial aspect of salvation, and Christ’s work on the cross as a penal substitute for us. His chapters are an explanation of the biblical doctrine and its teaching on punishment in general, and then seeks to answer objections to this doctrine.
The Atonement is a 9 chapter work on the Atonement by Barnes (Presbyterian) looking at various angles of the Atonement, such as objections, difficulties on the subject of pardon, embarrassments in human governments giving forgiveness, objects to be secured by an atonement, necessity of the atonement, nature of the atonement, and the extent of the atonement.